Body of valencia student Miya Marcano found || Orlando news


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Orlando, Florida: According to orange county Sheriff John Mina the body of 19 year of valencia college sophmore Miya Marcano has been found in a wooded area near an apartment building. 

Miya Marcano was vanished reported missing on Sept 24th. A maintenance worker named “Armando Caballero” was the prime suspect of her missing. Unfortunately, he has killed himself. His body was found three days after Marcano’s missing.

Orange County sheriff declined to comment on the cause of death.



35 year old man killed at Days Inn hotel in Orlando || Orlando News

35 year old man killed at Days Inn hotel in Orlando

Orlando News

Orlando, Fl. — A 35 year old man killed at a deadly shooting at Days Inn hotel in Orange County late Sunday, deputies said.

The fatal firing was reported at 11:20 pm at the ‘Days Inn hotel’ on 33rd Street near Orlando.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a call at 11:20 p.m. In connection with a shooting at the Days Inn Hotel at 2400 33rd Street, Lieutenant Collington Campbell said.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were called to the motel and found a 35-year-old man with gunshot wounds.

Public representatives said that the victim was taken to the hospital, where he died.

A 23-year-old man was arrested, but no other details have been released.

An investigation is ongoing.

Stay tuned for Orlando News.

Central Florida man caught in sweepstakes scam.


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VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – A Volusia County man was caught in a scam who mistakenly believed he had won a multimillion-dollar Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes said he spent more than $250,000 attempting to collect the award.

PCH, or Publishers Clearing House, cautions consumers that scammers impersonate corporate officials and ask for money in exchange for rewards, something PCH says it never does.

The fraud victim talked with News 6 on the condition that he only be recognized by his middle name, George, and said he feels humiliated as a result of his deception.

The hapless victim George received a leaflet from Publishing Clearing House two years ago urging him to participate in a sweepstake. Although the flier was genuine, George got calls from people claiming to be PCH employees telling him he had won after submitting his information.

He was told he had won a $10 million check, $2.5 million in cash, a new Mercedes Benz, and a gold ring.

George was instructed to send money to an offshore account to cover the expense of stamps on legal documents by a so-called representative.

More calls came in asking for money to pay for taxes, storage fees, and other costs.

The caller emailed George a picture of a credential with an image of Danielle Lam, one of PCH’s official “prize patrol” spokespeople, and George asked for identification.

This was a forgery since plenty of photos of Lam could be acquired on the internet and used to make phony IDs.

PCH stated that winners will not be contacted by phone.



Man wanted for the deadly shooting at Orange County shoots himself inside a store.


ORLANDO, Fla. – A man wanted in connection with a double shooting at an Orange County apartment complex on Sunday that killed a woman and left a toddler in critical condition shot himself inside a store on Monday night.

In a double shooting late Sunday at the Wellesley Apartments off Good Homes Road near Colonial Drive, Capucine Carson, 37, was slain and a 3-year-old girl was gravely injured.

According to the sheriff’s office, they were seeking a man who knew the victims and found him outside the Big Lots on Good Homes Road. According to authorities, he dashed into the store and shot himself. In critical condition, he was transported to the hospital.

Carson’s relationship with the child has remained a mystery.


Stepmom and Aunt charged with the murder of missing 13-year-old girl.


ALACHUA COUNTY, Fla. – Marian Glovina Williams and Valerie Young have been arrested and charged with the murder of a missing 13-year-old girl, according to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office. Williams was Delia Young’s stepmother, according to the Sheriff’s Office, and the two lived together. Valerie was said to be Delia’s aunt.

Williams will be charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child, child negligence, impeding police, and deleting evidence, according to court records. Deputies also detained Valerie Young, 52, Williams’ sister, and accused her of a variety of offenses, including the murder of Delia.

Williams told officers she was home on May 16th and saw Valerie Young, her sister, assaulting Delia, according to the arrest report. Williams asked the girl if she needed to go to the hospital, but she rejected, according to the report. According to the article, Williams discovered Young dead in her bedroom the next morning. According to the complaint, Williams summoned her sister, who arrived at the residence.

“They were both outraged and devised a plan to dispose of the body of Delia Young, a 13-year-old girl,” says the report.

Williams and her sister drove the 13-year-body old’s to a residence in Lacrosse, Florida, in a tote bag. The backpack was left in a bedroom in the house by Williams and her sister, according to the arrest report. According to the arrest record, this occurred on May 17th.

Williams informed detectives that when she returned to the house on May 18th, she discovered the bag outside and Delia’s body has vanished. Williams claimed she torched the tote bag because it tied her and her sister to Delia’s death, according to the police report.

Young’s body is still missing. Finding operation is still going on.

Deadly shooting in South Florida shooting while leaving graduation party.

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KENDALL, Fla. – Police in Miami-Dade are investigating a mass shooting that occurred early Sunday morning in Kendall after a graduation party.

Three persons were killed in the incident: two men and a lady. Three males and three women were among the injured.

People were starting to leave the party, which was hosted at a hookah lounge/restaurant at Southwest 104th Street and 109th Court when the mass shooting occurred at 2 a.m.

The woman who died worked as a prison officer in Florida, but authorities have yet to confirm which jail she was assigned to. Two vehicles approached the strip mall, according to authorities, and someone inside began shooting.

A dark-colored Chevy Malibu and a white Toyota Camry were characterized as suspicious automobiles. The six surviving victims all drove themselves to a local hospital and are in good health.

One automobile fleeing the scene drove into a wall at Miami-Dade College’s Kendall campus, according to police. The car that collided into the college had two of the deceased victims in it. A firearm was discovered inside the vehicle, according to police.

The emergency room space at Jackson South Medical Center was enclosed by police tape as authorities conducted their investigation. Loved ones gathered outside the hospital, waiting for news.

Three people were killed and 21 others were injured in a shooting outside a banquet venue in northwest Miami-Dade exactly a week ago. Call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477 if you have any additional information.

At this moment, no arrests have been made in connection with either shooting.

Deadly shooting at Orange county apartment complex.

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ORLANDO, Fla. – In a shooting late Sunday at an Orange County apartment complex, a 37-year-old woman was killed and a child was badly injured.

At 11:38 p.m., a double shooting was reported at the Wellesley Apartments, which are located off Good Homes Road near Colonial Drive.

The victims were discovered by deputies, and the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

The child’s age has not been revealed, but he or she was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.

The suspected shooter is on the loose, and both victims know who he is.

There are no more details available at this time.



Crash in Orange County, a 24-year-old male pedestrian was struck and killed.


ORLANDO, Fla. –  In an accident on Alafaya Trail Saturday night, a 24-year-old pedestrian who was not using a crosswalk was struck and killed.

When the man was crossing the road, a 2018 Ford Focus was driving north on Alafaya near Ashton Manor Way. The man was not crossing near an intersection or in a recognized crosswalk.

The man was hit because he was traveling directly in front of the car. He died later in the hospital. The driver, a 25-year-old woman, was unharmed in the accident.

The accident is still being investigated.